The jewelry industry’s own version of the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list—the “Most Wanted” page of the Jewelers’ Security Alliance Web site (http://jsa.polygon.net)—is less than two years old but is gaining the attention of jewelers and law-enforcement officials. The page displays photographs (seen here) and names of individuals suspected of crimes against jewelers and other members of the jewelry trade and provides details of the crimes. It complements JSA’s well-used crime-prevention and “Wanted” bulletins. Its effectiveness soon will be enhanced. This year, JSA will link its site to other industry Web sites, thanks to an upgrade of its computer system. The links will allow information on suspected crooks to reach a wider audience, increasing the chance of arrests. Also on JSA’s drawing board: an edited version of its “Most Wanted” Web page open to the public.